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Computer Chronicles
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First of a two-part series on desktop publishing focusing on new software applications for the Macintosh. Guests: Michael Tchong, Manhattan Graphics; Richard Ware, Casady; Randall Kincaid, Dynamic Graphics; Michael Boich, Radius; Paul Brainerd, Aldus Corporation; Gary Kildall, Digital Research Products/Demos: Comic Works, Ready, Set, Go, Fontographer, Fluent Fonts, Right Now, Desktop Art Originally broadcast in 1986. Copyright Stewart Cheifet Productions 1986.
Topic: Episode year: 1986
Compute! Magazine Archive
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Compute! Issue 132 - August 1991. A slap across the interface (modems) - Aldus Pagemaker (desktop publishing software) (evaluation) - Appoint Mousepen Portable (evaluation) - B.A.T (computer game) (evaluation) - Beautiful batch files (batch file system)(includes related articles) - Biz*Base Gold (time and information management system software) (evaluation) - Dance of the Planets (educational software) (evaluation) - Death Knights of Krynn (computer game) (evaluation) - Editorial license...
Topics: mouse, disk, program, commodore, software, compute, computer, ibm, programs, screen, compute...
Compute! Magazine Archive
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Compute! Issue 50 - July 1984. Evolutionary To The Core: The Apple IIc Heads For Home - How To Choose A Home Data Program - The ABC's Of Data Bases - The Promise Of Things To Come: Atari's New Lease On Life - Statistics For Nonstatisticians - Bunny Hop - Blueberries - Review Mfile For The Commodore 64 - Review AtariWriter - The Editor's Notes - Readers' Feedback What's An Algorithm? - Readers' Feedback The Commodore Internal Clock - Readers' Feedback Atari 400 RAM And Tape - Readers' Feedback...
Topics: print, data, program, atari, commodore, computer, disk, poke, goto, data data, computei july, data...
Computers & Technology
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Macintosh Intorduction Film (January 1984)
Computer Chronicles
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The personal computer started out doing numbers, then text, and then graphics. This program looks at several applications for computer artists. Included are KPT Bryce, SmartSketch, Fractal Design's Dabbler, TrueSpace for Windows, Design Workshop for the Power Mac, Wacom Pad, Painter, Illustrator, and Photoshop. Originally broadcast in 1994.
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Topics: art, graphics, painting
Computer Chronicles
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An in-depth look at the early Apple Macintosh computer, available software and hardware add-ons. Originally broadcast in 1985. Guests: Joanna Hoffman, Apple; Bob Foster, Telos Software; Lee Lorenzen, Digital Research; Ben Wiseman, InfoCorp; Gary Kildall, DRI; Larry Tesler, Apple Products/Demos: Apple Macintosh, MacProject, FileVision, GEM DrawJazz. Copyright 1985 Stewart Cheifet Productions.
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Topics: macintosh, apple, jobs
Computer Commercial: Power Macintosh (1994)(Apple).mp4
BYTE Magazine
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Cover Story p.36 Product Preview: The HP 150 [author Phil Lemmons and Barbara Robertson] "Magic" is the code name for Hewlett-Packard's latest personal computer project-and it fits. In this preview, we take a look at the hardware and software that make the machine so special. p.51 An Interview: The HP 150's Design-team Leaders [author Phil Lemmons and Barbara Robertson] Jim Sutton and John Lee talk about the development of the HP 150. Columns p.61 Build the Micro D-Cam Solid-State...
Topics: software, computer, disk, ibm, byte, unix, apple, data, program, byte publications, byte october,...
BYTE Magazine
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Features p.36 Logo for Personal Computers [author Harold Nelson] A preview of the first small-computer versions of this exciting language. p.46 Build a Low-Cost Speech-Synthesizer Interface [author Steve Garcia] The Digitalker integrated circuits from National Semiconductor can easily give your computer a limited spoken vocabulary. p.72 Mathematical Modeling: A BASIC Program to Simulate Real-World Systems [author Randall E Hicks] A Compucolor II BASIC program effectively simulates a physical...
Topics: disk, computer, byte, software, apple, data, program, system, byte publications, floppy disk, byte...
Auction and Art Catalogs
by Ottmar Mergenthaler and Company
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"Illustrated Catalogue of Linotype Parts Manufactured and Sold By Ott. Mergenthaler & Co." (Baltimore, MD: Ott. Mergenthaler & Co., 1898). This is a catalogue produced by Ottmar Mergenthaler's own machine shop in Baltimore after his falling-out with the New York based syndicate which became the Mergenthaler Linotype Company. Because the NY company controlled the basic Linotype patents, only they could manufacture complete machines. Mergenthaler's own company manufactured both...
Topics: ottmar mergenthaler, linotype
The BITSAVERS.ORG Documents Library
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Apple II reference manual from Apple Computer, 10260 Brandley Drive, Cupertino, CA 95014. Contents: Getting Started with your Apple II, Apple II Integer BASIC, Apple II Firmware, Apple II Hardware. Includes schematics and hardware maps. From a 2000 interview with Chris Espinosa conducted for the Stanford Library: "I was working for Jef Raskin, who with Brian Howard wrote the original Integer BASIC manual, when I went off to Berkeley in 1978. When I left, Jef gave me a task. He wanted to...
Topics: lda, program, dfb, jsr, apple, memory, sta, poke, epz, ldy, dfb dfb, machine language, basic...
Compute! Magazine Archive
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Compute! Issue 148 - January 1993. AceCat (graphics tablet) (Hardware Review) (Evaluation) - Ami Pro 3.0 (word-processing software) (Software Review) (Evaluation) - Designing your fantasies (designers of computer games)(includes related articles) - EcoQuest: The Search for Cetus (computer adventure game and educational software) (Software Review) (Evaluation) - Editorial license (1992 'Compute' Choice Awards for best computer-related products) (Editorial) - Emerging technologies (computer...
Topics: software, disk, windows, compute, program, computer, compute january, hard disk, ami pro, hard...
Commander Magazine
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Commander. February 1983. Table of Contents. VIC-20: DOSPLUS: A DOS SUPPORT UTILITY FOR THE VIC-20 (Eric Giguere), ASSEMBLY LANGUAGE PROGRAMMING ON THE VIC- PART III (Eric Giguere), RAVINGS OF A MADMAN (Tim Parker), GOBBLE (Tim Parker). PET/CBM: A SUPER EDITOR FOR THE PET (F. Arthur Cochrane), PROGRAMMING TIME (Hal Bredbenner). 64: A SPRITE EDITOR FOR THE COMMODORE 64 (Garry Kiziak), PEEK & POKE #8 (George R. Gaukel). FEATURES: BYTES, BITS, AND BINARY (Tim Parker), WHY DIDN'T I THINK OF...
Topics: program, sprite, commodore, command, computer, disk, basic, software, machine language, basic...
Community Texts
by Tobias Oetiker, et. al
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LATEX is a typesetting system which is very suitable for producing scientific and mathematical documents of high typographical quality. The system is also suitable for producing all sorts of other documents, from simple letters to complete books. LATEX uses TEX as its formatting engine. This short introduction describes LATEX 2ε and should be sufficient for most applications of LATEX. Lecture Notes Collection FreeScience.info ID1463 Obtained from...
Topics: TeX, "
Prelinger Archives
by Holmes (Burton) Films, Inc.
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Printing occupations, opportunities and technologies before electronics and computers changed the world.
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Topics: Occupations: Printing, Communication: Printing
From the bitsavers.org collection, a scanned-in computer-related document. compugraphic :: Compugraphic 212789-001 Book of Tables for the Compugraphic Intelligent Communications Interface Rev1 May1982
Topics: translated, tab, quote, mnemonic, insert, quad, open, space, word, double, double quote, single...
Catalogs Collection
by Ludlow Typograph Company
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A promotional booklet describing the many advantage of the Ludlow Typograph, a noncomposing linecaster, over traditional hand-setting of letterpress printing type. No date, but circa 1960 based on internal evidence.
Topics: ludlow, typesetting, printing, letterpress, linecasting
Catalogs Collection
by The Unitype Company
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A four-page advertising brochure by the Unitype Company for their Simplex One-Man Typesetter.  It bears no date, but must have been published in 1901 based on its references to the Pan-American Exposition.  This digital edition was scanned by Stephen O. Saxe from his copy, with additional image preparation by Dr. David M. MacMillan.
Topics: typesetting machines, simplex, typesetter, unitype, one-man typesetter
Topics: Computerized typesetting, Congresses. Printing, Data processing, Congresses.
Catalogs Collection
by Wood & Nathan Co.
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An advertising brochure by Wood & Nathan Co. as representatives of The Unitype Company for the Unitype One-Man Type Setting Machine. It bears no date, but as it refers to the machine as a "Unitype" it must have been published after 1901 (a different brochure datable to 1901 refers to it by its earlier name, the "Simplex.") Both the Simplex and the Unitype were developments of the Thorne Type Setting Machine. This digital edition was scanned by Stephen O. Saxe from his...
Topics: typesetting machines, thorne, simplex, typesetter, unitype, one-man typesetter
Reader Service - 1980s Computer Flyers
by Jason Scott
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Brochure for the Varityper Composition Systems, including the flagship Comp/Edit Phototypsetter with the 4800 Area Composition Terminal - One of the best examples of how far ahead a leap the Macintosh computers were, and how far we've come generally (1980, likely sent out 1983)
Topics: typesetting, type, varityper, typeset, phototypesetter, amtext, copy, expand, processing, styles,...
Community Texts
by Al Cooper
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About half of a book showcasing logos from the 1960s and 1970s in alphabetical order.
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Topics: world, of, logotypes, logotype, logo, type, logo, typesetting, typeset, text, design, brand,...
Topics: Advertising, Type and type-founding, Typesetting
California Digital Library
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Topics: Typesetting, Printing
Academic Film Archive of North America
by Teaching Aids Exchange
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An intriguing historical film, demonstrating many expensive business machines found in modern offices of the era, including electromatic and Chinese typewriters and machines for filming, stenciling, folding and lithographing. Among the machines shown are Diebold's Flofilm microfiche recorder, the Fileomatic Desk, the Pierce Electronic Wire Recorder, the Soundscriber with plastic disk, the Elliott Stencil Machine with Graphotype machine, the Davidson Duplicator for litho printing, the Davidson...
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Topics: Chinese Typewriter, Fileomatic, Graphotype, IBM Model A, Stella Pajunas
Topics: Typesetting machines, Printing
Catalogs Collection
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Dr. William Church's 1822 British Patent No. 4664 for a Typecasting, Typesetting, and Printing System. Specification (12 pages) and Drawings (8 sheets). Patent granted 1822-03-21. Specification Inrolled 1822-09-21. This is the 1857 official printing of the patent by Eyre and Spottiswoode. (See the "digitization cover note" file for further details.)
Topics: typecasting, typefounding, typesetting, type composing, printing
Prelinger Archives
by Holmes (Burton) Films, Inc.
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ILLUSTRATES THE OPPORTUNITIES & TRAINING AVAILABLE IN THE FIELD OF PRINTING. SHOWS HAND TYPESETTING, LINOTYPE, MONOTYPE, DISPLAY, MAKE-UP & LAYOUT. Vocational film about careers in the printing industry.
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Prelinger Archives
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Apparently sponsored by a textbook publishing company. Shows the manufacturing of textbooks. Monotype typesetting. Odd "The End" title, showing condemned man standing on the gallows under a noose.
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Catalogs Collection
by Multitype Machine Company
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Postcard advertising investment opportunities in the Hummel Multitype typesetting machine. Circa 1911.
Topics: typesetting, printing
Prelinger Archives
by Whitten-Appleton, Inc.
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Demonstrates basic principles of manual typesetting.
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Topic: Communication: Typesetting
At head of title; The practice of typography
From the bitsavers.org collection, a scanned-in computer-related document. ibm :: 1130 :: program libr :: GA26-3531-0 1130 Typesetting System 1967
Topics: punch, ibm, storage, typesetting, tape, data, interrupt, cpu, paper tape, core storage, disk...
From the bitsavers.org collection, a scanned-in computer-related document. dec :: pdp8 :: typeset8 :: Basic Typesetting System Preliminary Instruction Manual 1967
Topics: punch, hole, tape, typesetting, select, system, control, interface, output, typesetting system,...
From the bitsavers.org collection, a scanned-in computer-related document. dec :: pdp8 :: typeset8 :: PDP-8 Typesetting System Brochure Mar66
Topics: digital, typesetting, equipment, tion, datronics, system, massachusetts, mut, tape, composing,...
Catalogs Collection
by The Thorne Type-Setting Machine Company
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An 1894 advertising brochure for the Thorne Type-Setting Machine. The Thorne was later developed into the Simplex and finally the Unitype. This digital edition was scanned by Stephen O. Saxe from his copy, with additional image preparation by Dr. David M. MacMillan.
Topics: typesetting machines, thorne, simplex, typesetter, unitype, one-man typesetter